Australia's third-largest pension fund to stay active in Japanese equities; Thornburg IM loses QLDP license in China; INA inks deal with Pollination; Philippines's SSS narrows investment losses in 2022; and more.
UniSuper joins Blackstone in Australian warehouse portfolio as NPS sells stake; Korean pension funds and insurers commit to European private equity behemoth; GIC scales back quantitative unit; and more.
The Australian superannuation fund moves beyond domestic infrastructure, showing private markets ambitions.
UniSuper has chosen an investment manager to manage a portfolio of senior, secured private debt assets in Australia and New Zealand.
Singapore's sovereign wealth fund sees a clearer picture for Chinese tech investments; Korean state pension fund is estimated to run dry by 2055; and more.
Unisuper add to private markets team; HKEX makes three appointments; Natixis IM's APAC head changes role; Allspring opens HK office; Leo Wealth makes Singapore acquisition; and more.
Australian superannuation fund HESTA almost doubles its commitment to sustainability focused private equity investment program; Temasek in funding round for fintech startup focusing on rural India; and more.
Several Australian superannuation funds have completed their mergers; lawmakers have filed a bill seeking to create a Philippine sovereign wealth fund; and more.
As a new performance study confirms the persistent variability of active fund managers' results, a global index fund giant is making a move into Australia's superannuation market.
Former Macquarie Bank chair to head UniSuper investment committee; State Super names new board director; Spirit Super appoints new chair as Naomi Edwards retires; NGS Super chair to retire; Singlife with Aviva hires deputy CIO; Schroders reshuffles APAC leadership; and more.
Singapore's GIC wants to buy the only the only REIT which Buffett has invested in; NZ Super Fund has shifted about 40% of its overall investment portfolio to market indices that align with the Paris Agreement; CalSTRS committed $825 million to funds investing in Asia Pacific real estate during the first half of 2022.
China's slowing economy and its zero-Covid strategy are causing foreign investors and businesses to take stock.